Vogue Williams supports husband Spencer Matthews at his liquor launch after revealing trolls made her feel under pressure to change her looks

She recently revealed she once considered undergoing plastic surgery after receiving vile messages from trolls.

But Vogue Williams put aside her past body image issues as she supported husband Spencer Matthews during the launch of The Clean Liquor Company, held at The Trading House in east London on Tuesday evening. 

The TV presenter, 34, looked typically chic as she slipped into a red ruffled mini-dress, embellished with floral patterns throughout.

Date night: Vogue Williams supported husband Spencer Matthews during the launch of The Clean Liquor Company, held at The Trading House in east London on Tuesday evening

Date night: Vogue Williams supported husband Spencer Matthews during the launch of The Clean Liquor Company, held at The Trading House in east London on Tuesday evening

Highlighting her slender frame, the media personality sported a thick silver waist-belt.

The Irish DJ commanded attention as she boosted her frame in with maroon thigh-high boots for her evening look.

Accessorising with a selection of dainty jewellery, Vogue complemented her beauty with minimal make-up and styled her tresses into loose waves.

Vogue and ex-Made In Chelsea star Spencer, 31, enjoyed a rare night off from parenting duties as they were joined by their nearest and dearest - including sister-in-law Pippa Middleton. 

Radiant: The TV presenter, 34, looked typically chic as she slipped into a red ruffled mini-dress, embellished with floral patterns throughout

Radiant: The TV presenter, 34, looked typically chic as she slipped into a red ruffled mini-dress, embellished with floral patterns throughout

Family first: Vogue and ex-Made In Chelsea star Spencer, 31, were joined by their nearest and dearest - including sister-in-law Pippa Middleton

Family first: Vogue and ex-Made In Chelsea star Spencer, 31, were joined by their nearest and dearest - including sister-in-law Pippa Middleton

Look at her glow: Highlighting her slender frame, the media personality sported a thick silver waist-belt

Look at her glow: Highlighting her slender frame, the media personality sported a thick silver waist-belt

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The former Lothario - who recently revealed he's became sober ahead of his 14-month-old son Theodore's birth - cut a dapper figure in a green turtleneck jumper and a grey suit. 

Earlier in the week, Vogue said she felt under pressure to 'slim down' and 'make changes' to her appearance at a point when she was less comfortable with her body. 

In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the model revealed she thought about going under the knife because 'so many people' would comment on her looks – but she is now 'happy' in herself. 

Vogue said: 'I used to consider changing a lot of different things in my appearance.

A friend indeed: The former Lothario - who recently revealed he's became sober ahead of his 14-month-old son Theodore's birth - was also supported by close pal Jamie Laing

A friend indeed: The former Lothario - who recently revealed he's became sober ahead of his 14-month-old son Theodore's birth - was also supported by close pal Jamie Laing

Sharp: The socialite cut a dapper figure in a green turtleneck jumper and a grey suit
Mixing style with comfort: Hugo Taylor looked sharp in a black blazer, a striped top and trainers

Sharp: The socialite cut a dapper figure in a green turtleneck jumper and a grey suit, while friend Hugo Taylor (R) looked sharp in a black blazer, a striped top and trainers

Beaming: The stunning couple enjoyed a rare night off from parenting duties

Beaming: The stunning couple enjoyed a rare night off from parenting duties

Ladies in red: Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister, 36, stunned in a bold red jumper and matching trousers

Ladies in red: Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister, 36, stunned in a bold red jumper and matching trousers

Cheery: The former Vanity Fair columnist appeared on cloud nine with her family

Cheery: The former Vanity Fair columnist appeared on cloud nine with her family

Bros: Former professional racing driver James, 44, was every inch the proud brother as he posed for a snap with his younger sibling Spencer

Bros: Former professional racing driver James, 44, was every inch the proud brother as he posed for a snap with his younger sibling Spencer

Looking sharp: James Middleton was also in attendance, where he donned a longline checked jacket, a navy turtleneck jumper and dark-wash bottoms

Looking sharp: James Middleton was also in attendance, where he donned a longline checked jacket, a navy turtleneck jumper and dark-wash bottoms

'I've been that person. So many people say things about the way I look. I let it slide now but in the past it really got me down and I wanted to make changes.

'I have tried to slim down when I've read negative comments about myself – but now I'm happy in the person I am.

'It only changed when I got to a point in my life where I felt comfortable in myself, which has only been over the last couple of years, maybe because of my age. 

'When you're growing up you're less happy with your body and the way you look but as I've got older it's not the number one priority anymore.'

Glam: The TV presenter, 34, said she felt under pressure to 'slim down' and 'make changes' to her appearance at a point when she was less comfortable with her body (pictured in 2011)

Glam: The TV presenter, 34, said she felt under pressure to 'slim down' and 'make changes' to her appearance at a point when she was less comfortable with her body (pictured in 2011)

Vogue's life has changed the past few years since she met now-husband Spencer, while competing in Channel 4 celebrity ski competition The Jump in early 2017. 

The couple got engaged in February 2018 and married in an intimate ceremony at Spencer's family's estate, Glen Affric, in the Scottish Highlands that June. 

Spencer and Vogue welcomed their baby son, Theodore, three months later in September 2018 and celebrated their union with a second wedding party for their friends in London in September 2019. 

Vogue, who is co-presenting new BBC Three show Plastic Surgery Undressed with Mobeen Azhar, has now sworn off any procedures in the future. 

She told MailOnline: 'I don't think I could do it, it's really quite scary. I love a really, good in-depth facial, I've had the vampire facial. But I have my limits.'   

Multitasking mum: In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Vogue explained that she 'considered' going under the knife before her priorities in life changed (pictured in August)

Multitasking mum: In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Vogue explained that she 'considered' going under the knife before her priorities in life changed (pictured in August) 

The first episode of Plastic Surgery Undressed comes weeks after actress Jameela Jamil, 33, criticised Caroline Flack's new cosmetic show The Surjury.

Channel 4's series will see applicants pitch their reasons for wanting surgery to a panel before they decide if they're worthy of the procedure.  

In the event that 75 per cent of the panel back their case, the applicant gets the procedure free of charge.

But Vogue said Plastic Surgery Undressed – her first major presenting gig in the UK – will not offer those taking part the chance to have complimentary work done. 

She explained: 'Our show is more about educating people and giving them all the information they need so they can make an informed decision on what could be a life changing thing.  

New gig: The star, who is co-presenting new BBC Three show Plastic Surgery Undressed with Mobeen Azhar, said she's sworn off having cosmetic procedures

New gig: The star, who is co-presenting new BBC Three show Plastic Surgery Undressed with Mobeen Azhar, said she's sworn off having cosmetic procedures 

'We want to show people the cold, hard truth of what actually happens during surgery, there are some horror stories on there. People are going to have surgery but hopefully this will make them think twice.' 

During the filming of the show, Vogue watched live surgery and was left 'shocked' by the intensity of the procedures. 

She said: 'I thought I knew what every type of surgery entailed but I definitely did not.

'I forget that it's surgery! You just think, "Oh they're going in to get a nice nose" but you forget everything that goes on. Some of them were quite difficult to watch! 

'That's the most shocking part. I was taken aback by a lot of things and not everything was something my stomach was delighted to watch!'  

Plastic Surgery Undressed will be available on BBC Three on iPlayer from 10am on November 17. The first episode also airs at 10.45pm on November 19 on BBC One. 

'It was difficult to watch': The six-part series marks Vogue's first major presenting gig in the UK – with her saying having to watch live surgery turned her stomach

'It was difficult to watch': The six-part series marks Vogue's first major presenting gig in the UK – with her saying having to watch live surgery turned her stomach 

Vogue Williams supports husband Spencer Matthews at his liquor launch

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